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Promethean interactive whiteboards bring the immediacy of touch to your teaching. Learn the tools and best practices for using one in your classroom, in this course from author and educator Aaron Quigley. Aaron shows how to set up your Promethean board; download ActivInspire, the software that drives Promethean boards; and get started creating new presentations that include video, quizzes, and annotations. He'll also focus on teaching methods that get your students actively involved with the Promethean board, and offer challenges along the way to test their skills.
The goal of this challenge is to use the ActivInspire software, along with the Screen Recorder software built directly into ActivInspire, to record a webpage on your desktop. During this recording, you want to make sure you're only recording the actual webpage itself and not the areas to the left, to the right, and to the top of the webpage. At the same time, you want to be able to have access to the tools so that you can draw on the web page while you're recording. This seems like a fairly straight-forward and simple process, however, making sure that you have all the tools available when you need them can take a little bit of work.
After you've successfully completed this, or you're done attempting it, please check out the next video, where I give you the solution for how to record a webpage using ActivInspire.
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